I've heard from chat during the webinars that some people have been able to order multiple paper, ink refill items that total over $100, and was able to get the rebate instead of just a single item. I haven't tried it myself. I didn't want to abuse the system, so I just usually order a single item and get the rebate.Anyone know how these HP rebates work that they keep handing out? It says that you can use them on accessories and paper and ink, but if it's a $100 printer rebate there's no way I'm getting one thing of ink or paper for that much. Same for the computer. I would need the $30 or $50 for most accessories and stuff, so am I able to use one rebate on more than one item on the same receipt?
Also, it says we can buy off Amazon, but can we buy from third party sellers or use gift cards?
- Printing product rebates are applicable toward any HP printing product (i.e., all HP printer models including Sprockets), printing supplies (i.e., paper – all types, ink, toner), and printing accessories (i.e., sprocket carrying cases, sprocket photo albums, photo light strings).
- PLEASE NOTE: In order to qualify for this printer rebate, the before-tax receipt price must be greater than or equal to the amount of the rebate (e.g. a $30 rebate requires at least a $30 before-tax receipt price, a $50 rebate requires at least a $50 before-tax receipt price, a $100 rebate requires at least a $100 before-tax receipt price) in United States dollars for HP printing products purchased in the United States. For printing products purchased in Canada, the before-tax receipt price must be at least the amount of the rebate or more in CAD (Canadian dollars).
- Qualifying retail sales associates are eligible for one (1) rebate per printing product when purchased 90 days from the printing rebate issuance date. Products purchased more than 90 days after the rebate code issuance date are not eligible.
How do you submit the rebate without a serial number?I've heard from chat during the webinars that some people have been able to order multiple paper, ink refill items that total over $100, and was able to get the rebate instead of just a single item. I haven't tried it myself. I didn't want to abuse the system, so I just usually order a single item and get the rebate.
Got a gaming keyboard close to the $100 limit, a couple of gaming mice near the $100 and $50 limit, HyperX headphones and a condenser microphone which were close to $100. For the printer rebate I bought a 5 ream box of paper for slightly over $30, a toner cartridge which was slightly over $100, a 4-pack of ink cartridges for slightly over $100, an ink refill cartridge for slightly over $30, and a ream of premium paper for slightly over $30. I paid with the HyperX stuff with Amazon Gift cards that I accrued from Intel Retail Edge and SellPro, so basically converted gift cards to cash.
Probably have to rinse and repeat since they keep sending out the rebates every week. I'm more interested in the Chipotle gift cards, but I'll take the rebates if offered.
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You submit a picture of the cutout barcode and product number. This the region of interest for the package of paper I bought.How do you submit the rebate without a serial number?